Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus will host the Global Coaches House 2018 from Monday, April 9 to Friday, April 13.

Former All Blacks Head Coach, Sir Graham Henry, will deliver the opening keynote address from 9am to 10am on Monday.

The Global Coaches House 2018 brings sport coaches from around the world together for a week of development, education and shared knowledge.

Among world-leading coaching authorities presenting during an extensive five-day programme will be John Atkinson (National Performance director, Swimming Canada); Raylene Bates (Para Athletics coach, New Zealand); Kate Palmer (CEO, Australian Sports Commission); Anna Meares (Olympic and Commonwealth Games gold medallist); Alyson Annan (Head Coach, Women’s Hockey, Netherlands) and Richard Charlesworth (former Head Coach, Hockeyroos and Kookaburras).

Duncan Free OAM, Director, Griffith Sports College, Professor Sheena Reilly, Pro Vice Chancellor (Health) and Associate Professor Clare Minahan from School of Applied Health Services will be among the Griffith experts participating during the week.

The Global Coaches House is presented by the International Council for Coaching Excellence in association with Australian Institute for Sport, Commonwealth Games Federation and Griffith University.

  • Global Coaches House 2018
  • Graham Henry, former All Blacks Head Coach
  • Monday, April 9, 9am
  • Griffith University, Gold Coast campus, G40